• Apostrofere den levende. Den pårørendes vitnemål om autisme i Olaug Nilssens Tung tids tale 

      Warberg, Silje Haugen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Olaug Nilssen’s Tung tids tale (2017) is a novel about speaking to and for the disabled and disarticulate child in the role as mother and caregiver. Olaug, the narrator, tells the story of her son Daniel’s regressive autism ...
    • Rene toner, falske nyheter: Skillingsviser i det tidligmoderne Skandinavia 

      Brandtzæg, Siv Gøril (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article discusses skilling ballads as a news medium in the early modern period, and it suggests that in Scandinavia the news ballad was the most important journalistic genre for a broad public. Through a reading of ...
    • Stranden - forord 

      Eliassen, Knut Ove; Meiner, Carsten; Messelt, Christopher (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Fire fotografier kan stå som anslag for dette nummeret av K&K – Kultur og klasse: afrikanske emigranter løpende mellom solbadere i Marbella; rustne supertankere strandet på rekke og rad i Bangladesh; en pelikan tildekket ...
    • Stranden hos Elena Ferrante 

      Haugen, Marius Warholm (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      This article makes a topocritical reading of the Mediterranean beach in four works by the Italian contemporary novelist Elena Ferrante: L’amore molesto (1992), La figlia oscura (2006), La spiaggia di notte (2007) and L’amica ...
    • Strandens topologier 

      Eliassen, Knut Ove (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Beaches are the order of the day, ecologically, politically, and economically. Globally, the world’s population emigrates to the shorelines. The predicament referred to as the Anthropocene has made apparent the complexity ...